We are joined by a special guest on this Round-Up. Milton Reporter, Laura Steiner returns to The 905er to share her insight on 905 politics!
Doug Ford and the PC government is lifting mask mandates across the province, however…they forgot to tell the 905 municipalities. So every regional and municipal government in the 905 is rushing to hold special council meetings to repeal the mask mandates. We just ask, where is the debate over this? Shockingly there seems to be very little resistance to the idea of repealing mask mandates at the local level. Especially as the public mood over mandates is not uniform one way or another. We have to ask ourselves is this politics over science?
Then we look at the party’s various chances of success in the upcoming provincial election in the 905. Where are the star candidates and why does it seem that no one is eager to really have this election? Despite there being a feeling of exhaustedness with this current government in the air?
Lastly, we have to discuss the impact the NDP and Liberal agreement in Ottawa will play on the provincial election here in Ontario? Will this be a sign of things to come in the provincial election?
We examine it all on this episode of the 905 Round-Up.
Check out Laura Steiner’s work at the Milton Reporter
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